Wow, think about what you're saying: 6 year old (?) technology is still cutting it, keeping you from changing your main tool until something "just right" comes out. And to think, you're considering spending $6K US to replace a machine that probably cost you, what, $1,500 in around 2013. Of course, they're very different devices and the ConceptD is (purportedly) a very special offering. But one does begin to wonder, what - other than far, far, far better displays and better, though still disappointing, energy usage - has really improved in all these years and, while on the subject, what has gotten worse - onboard ports, keyboards and audio come to mind - has actually gotten worse?